It’s Never Too Little, It’s Never Late, It’s Never Enough and other timeless insights for challenging times

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Rabbi Yissocher Frand, world-renowned rav, speaker, and author, knows how to keep his eyes open and ears attuned to the spiritual messages in everyday life. His clear vision, combined with his warmth, compassion, and, most important, his profound knowledge of the Torah’s wisdom, have given him the ability to understand the challenges of his fellow Jews - and help guide them to meet those challenges successfully.

The essays in It’s Never Too Little; It’s Never Too Late; It’s Never Enough are “pure Frand”: relevant, practical, often humorous and always wise. When Wall Street melts down, Rabbi Frand discovers how to turn an economic crisis into an opportunity for growth. While others complain about the “shidduch crisis” Rabbi Frand points out the misconceptions that have contributed to it, which must be eradicated if we are to solve the problem. Whether it’s explaining how to love our neighbors as ourselves — even in traffic jams — or examining the games our egos like to play, Rabbi Frand patiently urges us, and shows us how, to become the best people we can be.

At the 11th Siyum HaShas of Daf Yomi, Rabbi Frand electrified the more than 100,000 participants with his portrayal of our obligation to study Torah: “It’s never too little; it’s never too late; it’s never enough.” Now he shows us how to take this message of optimism, determination, and accomplishment and bring it into every facet of our lives.

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